Asia Society Texas Center invites Houstonians to celebrate Lunar New Year with festivities over two weekends!
Asia Society Texas Center welcomed local chef Naoki Yoshida of Shun Japanese Kitchen in conversation with food writer Francine Spiering to discuss “second-generation Japanese cuisine” and how a restaurant can stand out in Houston.
Asia Society Texas Center, in partnership with the Houston Korean Education Center, is pleased to offer a Korean Language class for adults who would like to learn the Korean language at a beginner level.
The conversation on the future energy landscape for Asia centered on the rapid growth of energy consumption in the region — along with associated concerns over emissions and environmental effects — and what role China or the U.S. can play.
Germany’s former Federal Minister of Defense Rudolf Scharping was frank in his assessment of the two nations’ importance to the global order and global economy.
It’s all food and fun at Asia Society as the year winds down!
In addition to water and light, the exhibition makes use of wood and metal that Miya Ando has altered by natural physical treatment such as sculpting and charring, as well as by chemical and electrical processes.
In its seventh year, Asia Society's Night Market presented a curated selection of more than 40 local vendors and artisans, a beer garden, Japanese-style carnival games, K-pop dance, and more.x`
Nearly 150 Houstonians enjoyed a program featuring local self-made Asian entrepreneurs Donna Cole, Farid Virani, and Frank Liu in conversation with Gordon Quan.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Jason DeParle shared the insights and stories he gained from following one Filipino family over 30 years from a shantytown in Manila to the Houston metro area.

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